I use xmonad, you insensitive clod!
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The figure in the second link states that the "Warning" range in the continuum of response is for "Warning or hailing potential treats." There's a joke in there somewhere.
Task bar!? I have a different X server for each web page.
Click on the little question mark. You get the following:
glow.mozilla.org tracks downloads for Firefox 4. When someone clicks the download button on mozilla.com or asks for an upgrade from inside Firefox, we approximate their location based on IP address and store anonymous aggregate location information in our database.
That link says they have the power to confiscate anything they think might be evidence of terrorism. "This includes any mobile telephone or camera containing such evidence."
So basically, you can photograph and video tape the police if you want your camera seized.
They're getting better! From the article:
In recent months, the Pentagon has quietly dropped the nefarious-sounding moniker "psy-ops" in favor of the more neutral "MISO" – short for Military Information Support Operations.
No kidding! I was seeing a performant, open-source ATI driver on the horizon. If this deal goes through, I doubt my dreams will materialize.
Yes, and the "two people using Bitcoin" are performing those 94.33 transactions per hour.
If Wikileaks wins will the USA boycott the whole thing?
So, developers should set the MSRP to 5 times what they -actually- want to get for it.
It appears that I am full of shit. The cap is 5GB/month and the overage charge is $0.25 a MB. I'd scan a copy of my bill, but it's not worth it for an internet fight.
This forum post corroborates my claims
I've been attempting to get at the text of my actual contract, but it appears impossible to do from the website and I can't find the paper copy I was given.
I am altering the data-cap. Pray I don't alter it any further.
I currently have an "unlimited" data plan from Verizon for my Droid. I actually get 2GB a month. I'm charged $5 a MB for anything beyond that.
I heard about the limit from someone else, but didn't bother checking the fine print in my contract. The clerk at the Verizon store did, reluctantly, verify it though.
What part of "Congress shall pass no law... abridging... freedom of the press" is unclear?
Nice of you to highlight your mistake there. Now the spelling Nazis won't bother to reply.